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Inspiration for a large transitional partial sun side yard stone landscaping in New York.

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Inspiration for a large transitional partial sun side yard stone landscaping in New York. —  Houzz

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aimzter wrote:December 12, 2011
  • Dina H
    can you also please send information about pavers to dinahowerter@gmail.com
  • thirenegiab
    Dina,

    We are distributor of Australian made building materials located in China and Australia. The most of clay products are made in Australia and also available to export.

    The pavers shown on the photo are natural stone from China.
    Alternatively, you can try concrete pavers but the final look may be different.
    If you would get the natural stone from China ,
    pls let me know aprrox quantity you need and I will see if it is worth to ship from China.

    Best regards,

    Irene
milove wrote:March 14, 2012
What is the name of the pink flowers? its look so pretty

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    Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
    I believe they are Periwinkle
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    Glenna Partridge Garden Design
    The plant is new guinea impatiens. They are a great annual bedding plant for sun/part sun conditions and they come in a variety of colours....light pink,dark pink, salmon, white, coral colours. Google the name to get more pics and close ups of the foliage. I hope this helps!
sharonmuscat wrote:May 31, 2012
Does anyone recognize the types of plants/flowers used along the wall besides the guinea impatiens? Thanks!!

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    Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
    Plants that border path in front of house are perennials Astilbe “ Bridal Veil” (white flowers) and at the base of the
    Astilbe are Alchemilla Mollis or Lady,s Mantle (yellowish green flowers). Lady,s Mantel are used primarily for the foliage,
    not the flowers. Large green leaves show water in big droplets when wet. Good plant to use at the base of Siberian Iris for the contrast of horizontal and vertical foliage textures.
  • sharonmuscat
    Thank you - its beautiful and so well done! The light in this picture makes the bridal veil look yellow to me. Is there an evergreen bush behind the bridal veil?
cynpadco wrote:August 1, 2012
  • mmonika
    The pavers you reference, are they pre-cast and you need to set them or are you pouring them (concrete) in place?
    Something I learned when I redid our front walk in 16x16 precast pavers were they were SO difficult to set, and lift and move, and reset.... I did it myself mind you but there were really hard to install well despite I had a properly prepared base of packed screening with loose screening on top. I think having the 3-4 " spacing is a GREAT idea because it gives you a buffer to work with but just a note that big pavers like you mention might be hard to lay.
  • msk823
    Where can you buy these pavers?
susanrobertson wrote:September 6, 2012
wHAT TYPE of plants were used against the house? Trees?

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